(305 ILCS 5/11-7)
(from Ch. 23, par. 11-7)
Notice of decisions to terminate aid - determination and
notice of other medical assistance available - additional notice in cases
of blind persons.
Whenever decision is made to terminate aid, the recipient shall be
notified in writing within 10 days following the decision. The notice shall
set out the specific reasons for the termination. In the case of a blind
person, the notice and statement of reasons shall be sent whenever aid is
withdrawn, suspended, revoked, or in any way changed. In the case of a recipient who resides at a long-term care facility, the notice and statement of reasons shall be sent to the recipient and to the long-term care facility.
The notice shall include a statement defining the recipient's right to
Before any notice to terminate medical assistance is issued, the
Illinois Department shall determine whether the recipient is newly eligible
for any other medical assistance offered by the Illinois Department. For
all recipients found eligible as a result of this determination for other
medical assistance offered by the Illinois Department, the Illinois
Department shall provide other medical assistance effective as of the date
of the termination of the prior medical assistance.
(Source: P.A. 101-100, eff. 1-1-20